Us Airstrike Acting Homeland Security chief says there are “no specific, credible threats” to US.
There are no “specific, credible threats” against the US following the strike on Qasem Soleimani, according to acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf.
“While there are currently no specific, credible threats against our homeland, DHS continues to monitor the situation and work with our federal, state and local partners to ensure the safety of every American,” Wolf said in a statement this afternoon. “As a result of yesterday’s military action, I convened senior DHS leadership last night and earlier this morning to assess potential new threats and component actions to respond to the constantly evolving threat landscape. The entire Department remains vigilant and stands ready, as always, to defend the homeland.”